Some Of The Funniest Viral Internet Trends Going On Right Now

Some of the best Internet trends are those that can make us laugh. The Internet is a place that can create a lot of emotions within us, so humor is probably one that we should shoot for. Some of the current trends that are quite funny are as follows.

Try Not To Laugh Challenge

Wait, how can trying not to laugh be funny? It is if you are watching an extremely hilarious short video and trying to contain the laugh that is trying to burst right out of you. You can take part in this hilarious challenge by just typing the words “laughing challenge” into your YouTube search bar. You will be presented with hundreds if not thousands of videos that give you the opportunity to take part in this challenge. See how many you can get through!

Mannequin Challenge

You probably have already heard of this one. The mannequin challenge is so popular that even some big name celebrities have taken part in this one. It is basically a challenge whereby people stand around like mannequins and another person goes around filming the scene while putting music behind the scene. It is funny just to try to stand as still as possible like that, but it is even better when you get a whole group of people to join in and stand around with you as someone films it.

Whisper Challenge

Are you bad at reading lips? So far most people. The funny part of this challenge is that very fact. You take one person who puts headphones on with music blaring loudly and watches the lips of another as they say a phrase of their choose. The person with the headphones on then tries to translate what the person speaking as said. It is quite funny to see what they believe is being said.

Parenting Humor Makes Tweets Unforgettable

Parenting is hard. There is no way around it. Pre-children people may imagine themselves doing crafts, singing songs, and exploring the library with their still unborn children. Then they have a child and reality hits. Children take parents to the edge of their sanity and then push a little harder. Humor seems to be a common thread amongst parents dealing with the daily challenges of helping small human beings turn into responsible adults.

Social media has allowed parents to share their tears, frustrations, and laughter. An ongoing list of funny parent tweets shows just how ridiculous and universal the struggle for sanity is. Take for example a tweet from @sarcasticmommy4, “If my kids could just do what I say & stop complaining about every single thing, I could be the parent I always wanted to be.” Food, clothing, television shows, the air they breathe—kids will complain about anything.

If they’re not complaining, they’re fighting with a sibling. As @R_A_Dadass tweets, “I wish I loved anything as much as my kids love to fight over whose turn it is to push the elevator button.” Children will fight to tears over who gets the last cookie let alone an elevator button. Playing referee is par for the parenting course. There’s no way around it.

As parents muddle through, they reach important milestones, “I’ve reached the stage of parenthood where jeans are my fancy pants.” (@ramblinma) and have epiphanies, “Cargo pants are basically just dad leg purses.” (@Dadpression). It’s an exhausting journey, but through it all, parents discover that, while parenting is hard, it is worth it. The moments of joy appear while quietly reading a book together or lying on the grass looking for shapes in the clouds. They can be few and far between, but they are there. In the meantime, laughter can carry parents through to the next ‘aha’ moment of happiness.

Man Wrecks Tvs Worth $6,000

If you ever think that you are having a bad day just know that at least you did not wreck $6,000 worth of televisions. That is what happened to one man in England recently, and the video is making the rounds.

The Huffington Post reported on the story and even showed the video to go along with it. The customer was leaning down to take a look at the television screen when he ended up knocking it over and into another television screen. That was crazy because the two sets together have a value of about $6,000.

The customer has not yet been identified, but people are already laughing so much at the video. The video is pretty funny because we can all relate to what this experience might be like. We can all understand what it might feel like to be in a situation like that, and we might even feel like it is something that we could see ourselves involved in.

The person who got himself stuck in a bad situation like this made it even worse by reacting in such a way to the first television falling over. He sort of snapped back and ended up bumping another television set over as a result. That was certainly not what he thought he was going to get into when he went in the store.

Perhaps at the end of the day the store will just take the free marketing that they are getting from the video as payment enough for the televisions that were ruined. Maybe the customer will also come forward and identify himself as well.

Newest Viral Sensation Involves a Naked Japanese Guy, An Electric Fan, a Table Cloth and a Tea Cup

If you’ve been sleeping under a rock or lost in the forest for an extended period of time, you may not have heard about the newest viral sensation to hit the internet. Or maybe you seem to recall mentions of that naked Japanese guy and a table cloth around the office, but you just haven’t gotten around to checking it out. Well, whatever the reason, it’s time to bring you up to date because this guy is simply too great not to see for yourself.

Kazuhisa Uekusa is a comedian from Japan’s Saitama Prefecture. At 29 years old, this innovative fellow has found himself to be the latest global sensation due to his rather unique talent. We’ve all seen versions of the table cloth trick in which someone yanks a cloth off a table so swiftly that it doesn’t disturb the place settings of fine china, glassware and silver. Well, Uekusa takes this classic bit to a new level by using his naked body as the surface upon which strategically placed cups and saucers are set.

His videos began circulating on Twitter just recently after he posted one he had leftover from a series of television show performances. Hating to see the clip go to waste, he stuck it up online and was then surprised to see how popular his parlor trick was becoming. His latest version involves the cloth being wrapped up in an electric table fan so that when it unravels, it is pulled from beneath the cups without causing them to crash to the floor.

Pretty amazing, huh? While it may be a bit risque and more than a little bizarre, this viral sensation is also simply too amazing not to see.

The Question is Why When It Comes to the Times Square Olive Garden

Eating at a local restaurant while on vacation is often seen as a way to get a feel for the surroundings. The idea is that eating at chain restaurants that you can find back home is pointless and gives you a homogenized idea of what the food culture is truly like in that specific area.

In the case of a Reddit post that went up on July 16, that philosophy was put to the test when people were asked why they ate at an Olive Garden restaurant that’s located in Times Square. The ubiquitous nature of the restaurant guarantees that virtually anyone living in the United States can likely find one where they live.

The irony of the situation is that the Times Square restaurant is never short of customers. Given its location, the likelihood of paying more money that they ordinarily would seems obvious, yet the massive size of the restaurant and the crowds that continually populate them still has people waiting to be seated.

The viral nature of the post has led to more than 11,000 comments in just two days, with those posters offering a variety of reasons for making such a choice. Some were simply hungry, some liked the fact that the restaurant offers free refills. One indicated that it was one of the few options available in the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy in 2012. Meanwhile, the economics of Olive Garden’s pricing led one school trip chaperone to note that their tight budget didn’t allow for any other considerations.

Yet some offered humorous takes on their decision, with one mention of the restaurant’s breadsticks turning into a side discussion. Another noted that a friend of his chooses Olive Garden when he’s in the pro

British Habits That Make Americans Say WTF

When Americans think of British culture, words like ‘sophisticated’ and ‘refined’ usually come to mind. It turns out that folks in the United Kingdom have certain really weird habits that make us say WTF.

What could our neighbors across the pond possible do that would make us think their heads aren’t quite screwed on straight? For starters, they keep their washing machine in the kitchen. Instead of eating beans out of a bowl or off a plate like a normal human being, Brits put it on toast. Yes, toast, bread from the toaster. If you order pudding over there you’ll probably be disappointed if you expect to get a bowl of smooth chocolate or tapioca, since they’ll serve you a piece of tasty cake with a weird texture instead. And guess what they serve for dessert at family dinners? Spotted dick. Not kidding, but at least it’s not as obscene as it sounds.

They sell wine in plastic cups in convenience stores, and their orange juice comes either with or without ‘juicy bits’ in it. Brits don’t get the concept of tipping, apparently, since bartenders over there get worried as to why Americans try to give them extra money. They say ‘fortnight’ instead of two weeks.

Some Brits wear bum bags, but that’s just what they call fanny packs. They keep a big plastic container they refer to as a wash-up bowl in the kitchen sink to wash dishes in instead of sudsing up the sink, for absolutely no logical reason I can think of. Rather than having knobs for hot and cold water, the Brits decided to install two separate faucets in each sink, which I’m guessing makes plumbers over there pretty happy. And they lose their minds when they find out Americans don’t use egg cups, because we eat our eggs off a plate like normal people.

Cheerio!

Funny Viral Trends in 2017 This Far

The Internet is an endless spring of entertainment. More and more comedic content is popping up, and some are left in the past. Most of the content features memes and vines which sprout out from unsuspecting source materials such as movies, celebrity interviews, animals and children behaving funny, and above all real life situations.

Not too long ago, the primary source of comedic content was Vine which is no longer around. There are other outlets, however, that serve as a platform for people to share some entertainment. We are halfway into 2017, and the memes and comedic clips have come and gone, and of course, more are emerging.

Some of the most recent funny viral trends were memes such as ‘my name is Jeff’ which came from a movie that hit the theaters this year. There was something sad yet comedic in the way the actor said the phrase and that had many video content creators use it as a punch line to relay awkwardness.

Another viral trend on the internet this year has been the fidget spinner. It was originally for relaxation purposes, but it turned into somewhat of a meme when the toy became so overly saturated on the internet. People made a laugh out of throwing fidget spinners in the trash or pretending to play the character of the ”basic” person.

Memes have been around for about a decade. Almost each one of the creators is unknown, but their creations are used to entertain millions of teenagers and young adults every day. Content creators use them in unique ways and come up with new things in the process. What makes a good meme is usually the relatability and the comedic value while in some cases it is the cringy and awkward feeling they inspire. Memes are the internet’s way of expressing oneself.

The Fun Things on the Internet that Show Up Every Day

The internet certainly evolves and develops faster than any other media that we know of. In the online world, trends come and go with very fast pace.

For example, on last year Viners were all that the internet was consuming, and now Vine is one of the biggest guilty pleasures of the network. Who didn’t catch the popularization of the social media Ask.fm two years ago? And the popularization of the Twitch memes? How come that now they are one of the cringiest things on the internet?

Trends come and go, and one of the most everlasting places to find the latest trends is the good old YouTube and its potential to have something new for the internet every single day.

One of the best channels to visit to have a good laugh is the channel “Cut,” that constantly releases footage of dozens of people doing the same thing, but to each on their own. This week, for example, their newest Viral video was the “100 people share their evil laugh,” and it is certainly loads of fun to see awkward and cringe moments where the evil laugh is something much funnier that you expected.

Twitter and Facebook are great places to find new funny videos as well. For example, lately, there’s been a video circling the network about a security robot that patrols on its own. That is fine, but there is footage that shows the robot simply falling on a pool, helpless, while trying to execute its commands.

How can we talk about the funniest news without mentioning politics? Donald Trump, doesn’t matter if you support him or not, certainly increased the availability of funny videos on the internet regarding politics in the U.S.

In 19 of July, for example, there’s proof that the wife of the Japan’s Prime, Minister Shinzo Abe, met with the president in an afternoon, and told him that she did not know how to speak English just to blatantly avoid talking with the man, while she later showed to the internet that her English was perfectly fluent.

Hurry up: By the time you are reading this article, there’s already something new to digest from the immortal pool of memes that is called “the Internet.”

Innovation of Technology and the Birth of Internet

Technological innovation has led to the creation of the internet. This is a network where people interact, share resources, and pass information. The whole world has adopted this network in the carrying out of nearly all activities. The internet is used for both official and entertainment purposes. Internet trends are being witnessed daily whereby people abruptly decide to do a particular activity through the internet. Some of these trends are very funny and entertaining. Here are three commonly viral items.

1. Sharing Funny Videos

The internet has various websites through which people can record, upload, and watch videos. Websites such as YouTube have enabled this service. Currently, people have adopted the trend of creating funny videos and sending them to other internet users. Whenever a person receives the video, he goes ahead and forwards it to another person. Within a short period, the video goes viral, and everybody gets it. However, not all videos shared are funny. Some are pranks and end with deadly results.

2. Sharing Funny Pictures and Photos

People frequently use social media websites to interact with each other. These websites are only accessed whenever a person accesses the internet. In these sites, people take, post, and share photos. Others create their photos through programs such as Photoshop. Whenever a funny picture is posted on a social site such as Facebook, people comment about the picture. The picture is forwarded to another social site whereby more people see it.

3. Sharing Jokes and Information

People to share jokes and information have used the internet as a medium of entertainment. In this case, one person can create a social site and share a joke. Other people will view the joke and pass it to others through the internet. Twitter has been the most successful in this area. A person creates a twitter handle and posts a joke or discussion. Other users of twitter view the information and tweet about it.

Funny Viral Trends on the Internet, 2017

You can’t afford to have a gloomy day if you have access to the internet. The web has turned into an entertainment hub. Just like any other community, the online community appreciates humor. Thanks to social media sites like Facebook, Reddit and Snapchat, it’s easy to spread hilarious content to a large audience. Currently, there are funny trends that have taken over the internet. These trends include YouTube pranks, challenges, GIFS and memes.

The BowWow Challenge

This is one of the most hilarious trends this year. It was a sarcastic response to a photo posted by American celebrity Bow Wow. The artist posted a picture of a private jet on SnapChat. The caption read, “Travel Day.” Judging from the post, he wanted his fans to believe that he was traveling by private jet. However, he was spotted on a commercial plane and a fan leaked a picture of him on the internet. Internet users began posting deceptive images with the hashtag “BowWowChallenge” on their captions.

Tiny Trump

President Donald Trump was made the subject of a series of funny memes that went viral. Well, Trump is around 6ft tall. Since he came into power, he has strongly fought against fake news. Early this year, he met with the Russian president, Vladimir Putin. People started posted memes showing President Trump as a tiny person, almost the knee-height of an adult. According to these memes, Donald Trump’s actual height is fake news!

The GIF Frenzy

GIF (graphical interface format images) have won the hearts of internet users this year. These kinds of images are similar to videos, except they’re very brief. The image contains a visual recording that is played over and over at certain intervals. It’s has become a viral trend as most people are converting funny one-liner jokes from TV shows into GIFs, and sharing them on various social media sites.